What are good food to eat when you are diabetic?

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  1. liesl5858 profile image89
    liesl5858posted 3 years ago

    What are good food to eat when you are diabetic?

    Which food are best to eat when you got diabetes?

  2. Zouaghi Mariem profile image49
    Zouaghi Mariemposted 3 years ago

    1-Diabetes and Breads, Grains, and Other Starches

      -Whole-grain flours, such as whole wheat flour
      -Whole grains, such as brown rice
      -Cereals containing whole-grain ingredients and little added sugar
      -Whole-grain bread
      -Baked sweet or white potato or baked steak fries
      -Whole-grain flour or corn tortillas
      -Corn, popcorn or products made from corn

    2-Vegetables and Diabetes

      -Fresh vegetables, eaten raw or lightly steamed, roasted, or grilled
      -Plain frozen vegetables, lightly steamed
      -Low sodium or unsalted canned vegetables
      -Lettuces, greens, kale, spinach, arugula

    3-Fruits and Diabetes

      -Plain frozen fruit or fruit canned in fruit juice
      -Fresh fruit
      -Sugar-free or low-sugar jam or preserves
      -No-sugar-added applesauce
      -100% fruit juice

    4-Diabetes and Meat and Other Protein

      -Baked, broiled, grilled, or stewed meats
      -Lower-fat cuts of meat, such as top sirloin
      -Turkey bacon
      -Low-fat cheeses
      -Skinless breast of chicken or turkey
      -Baked, broiled, steamed, or grilled fish
      -Tofu lightly sautéed, steamed, or cooked in soup

    5-Dairy and Diabetes

      -1% or skim milk
      -Low-fat yogurt
      -Low-fat cottage cheese
      -Low-fat or nonfat sour cream
      -Frozen low-fat, low-carb yogurt
      -Nonfat half-and-half

    6-Diabetes and Fats, Oils, and Sweets

      -Baked snacks, such as baked potato chips, baked corn chips, puffed        -rice, or corn snacks, in small portions
      -Vegetable oils, non-hydrogenated butter spreads, margarine
      -Reduced-fat mayonnaise
      -Light salad dressings
      -Air-popped or calorie-controlled popcorn

    7-Beverages and Diabetes

      -Water, unflavored or flavored sparkling water
      -Unsweetened tea (add a slice of lemon)
      -Coffee, black or with added low-fat milk and sugar substitute
      -Plain coffee and hot chocolate
      -Sport drinks, in limited quantities

    1. liesl5858 profile image89
      liesl5858posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you, Zoaghi Mariem for your lists of food and for replying to my question.

    2. Zouaghi Mariem profile image49
      Zouaghi Mariemposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Not at all.

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